Divorce After 50 Is Sometimes A Necessity
As you and your spouse have been enjoying your golden years, the thought of divorce is far from your minds. Like many couples of advancing age, your marriage has likely experienced peaks and valleys.
Now, you find yourself in a valley that you cannot escape. Dissolving your marriage is the only option. You want to make the most of the years that remain.
Help For Elderly Texas Residents Seeking A Divorce
Like many other couples who have retired and living on a fixed income, you want to preserve as much money and property as you can. Even if you enjoy investments that create a cash flow, you still want cost-effective representation and resolutions to alimony and property division disputes.
Keeping her clients’ needs and concerns in mind, divorce attorney Elisa Maloff Reiter provides efficient service at affordable prices.
When Illness And Interference Plays A Part In An Elder Divorce
Mrs. Reiter also represents children of divorcing fathers and mothers where one suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. In those cases, we ensure that the rights of a parent are protected when they cannot make decisions on their own.
Adult children create various dynamics in the course of the divorce process. While many are helping mentally disabled parents, others are interfering in marital dissolution. Those highly sensitive cases require strict confidentiality. Some legal matters require the help of a neutral third party free of outside influence to make decisions.
Contact Us For Help With A “Grey Divorce”
For help with a divorce after 50 or a prenuptial agreement in preparation of a second marriage, contact The Law Offices of Elisa Maloff Reiter. You can reach our Dallas law office by calling 469-513-1899. You can also reach us through our online intake form.
Elisa Reiter takes safety of our existing/prospective clients in light of the COVID-19 pandemic seriously. During these uncertain times, you may expect the highest level of service for which Mrs. Reiter is known.
To continue business as usual, Mrs. Reiter has implemented alternative meeting methods including video conferencing, teleconferencing and electronic document signing. Mrs. Reiter charges for consultations.
Mrs. Reiter will continue to closely monitor this situation in her on going representation of clients in Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, Tarrant County and Rockwall County. Stay safe, stay happy and call the Law Offices of Elisa Reiter at (214) 219-9800.